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‘Unseen and unheard’: Military families abroad struggle to gain access to vaccinations
Military families living abroad question if they’ve been forgotten as vaccinations increase across the U.S., and they're left without answers.“Being stationed in Europe has been a wonderful opportunity that we will be forever grateful for,” Callie Melkus, whose husband is stationed at Joint Multinational Readiness Center-Hohenfels in Germany, told TODAY Health.
In the future, more US soldiers should be stationed in Germany. Annegret Kramp cartauer had met in the morning with her counterpart.
Thestocks your troops in by 500 soldiers. This announced US Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin on Tuesday after a meeting with his office colleague in Berlin. The soldiers should be stationed in the room Wiesbaden. "These troops will strengthen the deterrence and defense in Europe," said Austin.
The then US President Donald Trump had recently announced the deduction of 12,000 of the approximately 35,000 US soldiers in Germany as a penalization for the German military issues from his point of view. His successor Joe Biden had already stopped this troop deduction. That additional troops are sent to Germany, but is a surprise.
Turkish media outlets - including the BBC - fell for an April Fools' news story that said the UN was planning a second Suez Canal for Egypt
Turkish outlets have hastily deleted articles reporting an April Fools' story by The Guardian, which said a "Suez 2" was in the works.On April 1, The Guardian published "'Suez 2'? Ever Given grounding prompts plan for canal along Egypt-Israel border," an article that rapidly gained attention given the current international interest in the canal.
French probe of police station killing focused on motive .
RAMBOUILLET, France (AP) — Anti-terrorism investigators questioned three people who were detained after a police official was fatally stabbed Friday at a police station outside Paris, seeking Saturday to establish a motive, if the attacker had ties to an extremist group and whether he acted alone. A steady stream of people bearing flowers handed the bouquets to police officers in the quiet town of Rambouillet. The police station where the 49-year-old National Police administrative employee publicly identified only as Stephanie was killed remained blocked off to the public. Officers killed the Tunisia-born stabbing suspect after Friday's attack.